Definition of Nogged

1. nog [v] - See also: nog



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nogged

noesis
noesises
noetic
noetic anxiety
noetic flatness
noetical
noetically
noetics
noeud vital
nofetumomab
nofly list
nog
nogaku
nogalamycin
nogg
nogged (current term)
noggen
noggin
nogging
noggings
noggins
noggs
nogo
nogoodnik
nogoodniks
nogs
noh
nohow
nohowish
noiance

Literary usage of Nogged

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1. The Housing of the Working People by United States Bureau of Labor, Elgin Ralston Lovell Gould (1895)
"The inclosing walls of brick-nogged buildings, if situated lees than 6 meters (19.69 feet) from public streets, from the limit» of neighboring property, ..."

2. Notes on Building Construction: Arranged to Meet the Requirements of the by Henry Fidler, Great Britain Dept. of Science and Art (1891)
"Brick-nogged Partitions are screens of timber filled in with ... In a brick-nogged partition the quarterings should be at a distance apart equal to some ..."

3. Notes on Building Construction: Arranged to Meet the Requirements of the (1891)
"Brick-nogged Partitions are screens of timber rilled in with brickwork ... In a brick-nogged partition the quarterings should be at a distance apart equal ..."

4. "Red Books" of the British Fire Prevention Committee by British Fire Prevention Committee (1899)
"BRICK nogged PARTITION. OBJECT OF TEST. To record the effect of a fierce fire ... The brick nogged partition was to show two variations of construction (c, ..."

5. Fires & Fire Test: A Selection of Papers and Reports by British Fire Prevention Committee (1910)
"BRICK nogged PARTITION. OBJECT OF TEST. To record the effect of a fierce fire ... The brick nogged partition was to show two variations of construction (C, ..."

6. The Dialect of Craven: In the West-Riding of the County of York by William Carr (1828)
"Tusser. Oct. Abstract. NOG, To jog, to move on. nogged, Cattle are said to be well nogged, when they have strong legs or joints. ..."

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